agile, analysis, best practice, business sponsors, conflict, data, data design, design, event, flowchart, functional decomposition, investors, iterative, jackson, lifecyle, management, model choices, modeling, nassi-schneidermann, old school, organization, perspective, planning, politics, priority issues, priority sequence, process, project charter, project priority, punch list, rapid, recovery assessment, requirements, resolution, scope, SDLC, state, state transition, state transition diagrams, stockholders, swim lane, technology, use case, visual, warnier-orr
I just want you all to know that I have started writing again. Recently, I have spent a lot of time NOT writing (did have some other things to take care of, and still do), but it appears I have the bug again!
So, I want to let all of you, my readers, know that I am starting again with new materials AND I also want you to know that I have several blogs I am writing on:
Project Management Handbook: http://www.projectmanagementhandbook.wordpress.com
BG Opinions: http://www.opinionsarefree.wordpress.com
Sixty Somethin: http://www.sixtysomethin.wordpress.com
Please check these out and I hope that you continue to enjoy reading, and please send me your comments or suggestions at email@example.com or some of my other email addresses for these blogs.